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Team of the Week (Wizards) | Episode 68

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On this week's episode of the #EShow we feature another organization with a strong history of success throughout its time in the EHL (1:21). The East Coast Wizards entered the league in its 2nd season, 2014-15, and over the course of time, took a stride forward with each and every new campaign. While the Wizards have showcased a handful of slow starts in recent years, they've also established themselves as a team that gets better as each season progresses, developing into a matchup that you don't want to draw in the postseason. To wrap-up the episode (24:37), the #ECrew creates the all-time lineup for the Wizards that includes a pair of former stars with 2017-18 EHL Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year.

... the ehl is the proven path to college. Turn it up and learn more about the college placement leader at the division two and three levels. Welcome to the e show presented by the penalty box foundation. The foundation's mission centers around their daily motto. We'd take care of our own as they help out all of those within the hockey community who've experienced a catastrophic event. Learn more at penalty box foundation dot Org. What's up? My name is Neil Raven and this is episode number sixty eight of the east show. On this week's episode we feature another organization with a very strong history of success throughout their time in the ehl. The East Coast Wizards and to the League in its second season two thousand and fourteen fifteen and, over the course of time, took strides forward in each and every new campaign. While the wizards have showcased a handful of slow starts in recent years, they've also established themselves as a team that gets better as each season progresses, developing into a match of that you don't want to draw in the postseason. To wrap up the episode, the e crew creates another all time line up and includes a pair of former stars, with an EH shell MVP and an ehl rookie of the year. I'm joined now by cory the leading, the head coach and general manager of the East Coast Wizards. How's it going, corey? Good Nail. Thanks. How are you? I'm doing well and thanks for coming on. This is already two more times then Freddy Meyer ever came on the podcast. You will remind him of that every time I get the chance to do so. But of course you were the assistant for Freddy for Four Seasons. Now, coming off your first season as the head cut the head guy, the head coach. When you look back on your first season, what are your major takeaways? This year was she was an obviously a long, long year for everybody. It was. It was successful in my eyes, both for us and for the League. I think we did a great job as a League adjusting to the Times so the kids could get seen as much as they did and have as many eyeballs on them as possible throughout the weird time, so to speak. And you know, we as a league, we got in thirty six plus games, plus playoffs, and I think it was a huge success and it was long, lot of schedule changes for us, but you know, I would give a huge thanks to the kids for for battling through the rules every day and and you know, I'm just we're glad it's over and we can move on to more normal, normalcy, let's just call it. But it was, it was, it was nice. It was obviously I've been here for this. This was my fifth year with the team and it was with Freddy for four years and I try to run it very similar to him. I thought he did agree each job and I learned a lot from him and I run it very similar and it was an easy transition. I would say it was just a like we talked about difficult year with Covid I'm sure not the season that you wanted to be because of that. And one thing that I always say, and talking about the different ranks throughout the league, is the Edge Sports Center on the setup that you guys have there is almost second the none in our league. But with all the different guidelines and restrictions and whatnot that that came forth this past season, you weren't really able to use it to its full capacity and that sometimes you had to get dressed outside or get dressed in the corner of the rink. How often did you have to have meetings with players to kind of put them at ease and say, I know this is not what you want it to be, but we have to follow these restrictions the way they laid out? Well, I think that was one of the more difficult parts for the guys because, like you said, we love our facility and we had a great group of kids that...

...loved hanging out together and they did so in the early beginning of the season when we could and and and you know it's a nice place to come play and and call home. But then right around October when they shut us down and came back to the new rules, when we couldn't use locker room to showers, you know, it really it was frustrating because we do a lot of individual video in our in our office, and you know you'd have to kind of adapt with at times and not a lot of that stuff got done and you know you're showing up to the rank fifteen minutes before sessions and twenty minutes before on Ice Games. The biggest thing you tell them is the other teams doing it too. You know, you're not. You're not the only ones. You know, and the and, I guess more importantly, I just kept reiterating to them, you're being seen. You're being seen. Your here play hockey, you're here to be seen on video. For some schools that couldn't recruit in person and and for the schools that could, they're they're watching. They don't know that you got dressed in the snow outside in the parking lot. They don't know that. They don't care. You know, what are you doing on the ice? So that's you got to put on your big boy pants, so to speak, and kind of work through it. Although it's it was it was frustrating for everybody, but we're all we all dealt with it, and so you know, at the end of the day, you playing hockey in you in, you're being seen. So that was my message, and the locker room stuff kind of change the season went on and eventually became what it was for the whole year. And the same can be said for your schedule. We had to move the chiefs in the Massachusetts, which then gave you guys, seven teams, including yourself, to play in the state of Massachusetts. Obviously, there was more than any other state in our league. So you had a few more opponents than usual. But was it at all challenging playing the same six teams over and over and over again? Um, challenging. No, because, again, we're playing. I mean you're playing hockey, so whoever, it doesn't matter. I mean, you look at it like we get, we only get six teams to tip play. I looked at like the Vermont and New Hampshire were playing three teams. What they what are they saying? Right? But you did see a little bit more rivalry, little bit more physicality, I think through the season and and some guys got frustrated with each other, as you'd expect. It's like what's going on in the NHL Right now. It's a some series and and that I guess. That's that's really the only difference. But at the end of the day, like you just gotta you're playing hockey. You where you we're here in this league so these kids can be seen as much as possible and it doesn't matter. We're playing. Yeah, it's frustrating. We can go across the border, but it is what it is. At this point, what do we got to do? How do we got to get out there and you know, I know I personally changed our schedule about twelve times and when the twelve time was done, the thirteen time with I thought was right on the corner and ever came. So yeah, but you know, it's just you got to figure it out. I think there was a few different occasions throughout the year where you getting ready to play Xteam on Friday. It's Wednesday, they give you a call, we're shutdown for two weeks. All right, we got Friday open. Who Else has Friday open? Right, and you just kind of figure it out. I think we as a league that a really good job with that. So for this next question, it's kind of a two part question because I want to ask the tougher version first and then the better version second, because there isn't a good and a bad to this. One topic that we always talk about in this podcast, and I think it's pretty well known, is for some strains reason, the wizards are kind of notoriously slow starters, but then they pick things up as the second half progresses. So let's talk about the first half first. Do you guys look at the first half as a chance to get more guys in the lineup and maybe sometimes that leads the different results. Um, yeah, potentially I think we we give maybe more of a chance to,...

I guess, to some guys that potentially wouldn't. We only have one team here too, so we're we're a little bit different in that respect. But again, yeah, and the beginning of the year I might have guys if you know the power play, you might be playing penalty kill and just kind of give you a role and trying to figure out what you fit in. And and obviously, as the I look at the first few months has you're building your portfolio and and then we get into December and in we start to know where guys can fit in and play at a better clip, would say. But yeah, I think you know we're rolling goals in the beginning. You know we're rolling lines where we have probably three powerplays of points in the fall. You know, we're giving guys shots and let the die on the sword or rise above right. And and obviously had a couple players here there and sometimes it hit sometimes in this but you know, our goal is is all in from Friday on. Is always been to try to have that track. I mean we have Adrian here or strength coach full time. That I think is huge to a huge asset for us, along with again, we didn't get much of it this year. We do a lot of video individually and our track is to try to get better. Obviously we don't want to suck in the beginning, but I mean, you know, we want to be we want to get better as a season goes and yeah, so. But but similar to Freddy and right on que with it, with every year with the wizards, the calendar year turns and something clicks where you win five straight almost out of the gate. It's seven out of eight. They were wins over the Rangers and the express down the stretch. And every year the wizards become this team that you hear from everybody else in the League that you don't want to be the team that matches up with them in the playoffs. Do you guys take pride in that? For sure. Yeah, for sure, and we take pride. I want guys to that are going to have a passion for showing up to the rink every day and if you don't have that, you can't you can you have no hope for a kid to get better. Right and and if they love coming to rink every day in February. You and you have twenty guys, twenty five guys. I love to come to the rink to work, and on the other side you got some guys feeling away like you know it's going to be a it's going to be a better, better path, let's just say. You know, I again, I you never want to be bad in the beginning, right, you know, and it's it's it's just somehow it's worked itself all like going into break this year. I think we lost probably five, you know, eight or nine, but I think you know, they're all mixed in by a goal. Every game we're missing the goal or safe. And I said at one point, when it's a goal or save every single game, it's just and it was frustrating. But I think the break was good for us. We knew we were very close, and that's the thing. You just gonna try to stay above water and just let the guys know what how close they were and they knew. It was just frustrating at times, but they kind of figured it out once one way it happens, you start to get a little confidence and then builds from there. Ye, but yeah, I mean we couldn't buy a buy a win and win break this year. So, but talking about this year's roster, let's go back again, because it was such a unique season in that you were able to bring in a few guys that you may not have in a normal year. You had guys in the back end like Matt Fuss go nick the layer, Pete Freddy's and then obviously a forward that you brought in was connor blanchard. Guys that may have played more prep than junior and a normal season, but when you add them into your lineup, what kind of spark did they give you? I think you know the guys in the back end, with with FUSCO and De layre and phred's. It was a time when part of those eight or nine losses going in a break. I mean we had a week and a half span when we lost for defensemen within the week and a half and they were out like four months on end. So these guys all played for my UA teen...

...team in the past and in I've coached him for years and you know, they worked all perfect where they weren't playing much and we grabbed them and they helped out big time. I mean it's it was huge. Nick dlas coming back with US next year, and you know they were huge at offensively, you know, Connor came in and gave us that time we were struggling to score some goals and figure out a score goals. You gave us a little bit more an offensive punch, so to speak, to help us that way. So it was a good, good, good get to add those four for sure, even if they were kind of spotty, and it made what was already one of the younger teams in the League a little bit younger over the course of the season, but as not to take away from the two thousands that you did have, because there were a good handful on your roster. And let's look no further than this year's Defenseman of the year and Jack Johanson, and I want to touch on him for a second because he was supposed to go to college, but obviously, with the way that everything transpired, you had the chance to bring him back and put the sea on his chest. To have a guy like that return. Obviously an unfortunate, unfortunate sex circumstance as to why, but to have that g guy like that return, how beneficial was that to you? He was great to have this year. He was obviously last year. We got him from the HLPDA before, where he one defenseman of the year, I believe. Yep, that league and moved his way up and you know when when he called me, I think it was we were skating together all summer and in August he called City, thinks you want to come back because they weren't going to play, which obviously was huge for us. You know, he was voted unanimous captain. Him and Brent Balentine, those two are on everybody's list pretty much, and he did a great job. I mean he he just quite diddest thing every day. You know he was. He was phenomenal to have in the locker room and on the ice. We needed a spark. I didn't need to say anything on the bench. You know, he was on the guys and he was a great leader to have have had returned. You know, as a surprised lately that so, and you're obviously going to have a huge, huge void to fill with him, but also a guy that he played a lot of minutes with, and Zach KPA Petros, who ended his junior career as the all time as stath leader and wizards history at fifty four. He touched on how the two of them gelled so well together and how you even begin to try and replace that. Back Jack would tell you that half of his ZACT's assist with Pranthoms, Mike Vice versa. Now those those yeah, and ZAC was supposed to go go to Canada this year to Higher League, quote unquote, and he couldn't go across the border, as you know, and he was another fortunate one that we still didn't really know late on that I thought I might get because I knew, I thought I knew what was going on in the boarder was happening and he exhausted all his options and the wand up working all really well for him being a leader back on our back end. And you know, he got to he's going to Castleton, so things worked out for him. So I'm happy for those two and one other two thousand I want to touch on. It is such an awesome story because you guys had his brother there back when you were an assistant coach. That was Chase Davenport. The two thousand that was on your team this past season was Keith Davenport, and I didn't even know this when I first started calling games in the start of the year. I didn't really know what he was going through. Can you kind of take this through briefly the timeline of what he was going through and can you finish it off by telling us what are telling the whole podcast, what you told me, the news that you got after the very first game of the playoffs? Yeah, it's talked about it actually this morning with somebody. He was yeah, I had a group last...

...summer that was skating at the edge and you know, at the end of the at the end of the summer, August, he he always had something that was bothering and his leg and you know, he finally went and he's trying to work work it cell fout and he's a kid that will push through anything in he's got his when he gets focused in, especially with hockey, it's it's it's just a small pain, small opinion. I'll be fine and fine. went to the doctor and you know, they you know, when they told him he had cancer, it was obviously sat down in office and it's well, the hardest conversations I've had as a coach with a one thousand nineteen, twenty year old kid. Like what do you tell them? So you know, we you know we had our conversation. I'll keep a private and and you know he from day one was I'm getting through it, I'm getting through it. They found out that he didn't have to do chemo, he just had to go for certain treatments which he could still play as long as he could go through the pain. And you know, the only thing he misses after the first treatment, I couldn't walk the next day and then he was at practice the following day. And you know, you just saying you just cruise through it all year and and he was a kid that talked about the team like he was a kid in the beginning. Obviously he was going through that, he was coming through a situation and in prep school where I don't think he you know, I think he probably got he thinks he should have got more of an opportunity on the ice and I think you could see as the year one on, his confidence grow and him becoming a bigger part of the team. And you know, after the first round playoffs, we lost. First game of the first round we lost and you know, the best news of the day was called me and said he was cancer free, because he had to miss the first game of the playoffs because he had to go for an appointment and so he went cancer free, you know, and then the next game we won, which was which was great, and you know, it was just a great story for for him to be able to come back. You know, he committed a college. He's going to Nazareth. He's playing there next year and I think he ended with nineteen or twenty points and twenty six games like and I would say the first six or seven games he probably had one or two points. So you could probably says a point of game for the final twenty games the season right around there. I mean he was he was a little spark for the for the team all year. I was great. And he scored in that game after finding out that he was cancer free. He scored in that playoff game and to your point that he had a ten game point streak in there. Finished total playoffs, stand regular season, twenty one points in twenty eight games. As you mentioned, he committed to Nazareth. You're proud as an organization of every kid that comes through and commits while he plays for the East Coast Wizards, but when you see a kid that's going through what he's going through, off the ice to have that success on the ice. Is there a little extra, like I'm really just that much more ecstatic for that young man. Yeah, that's what. That's what. You know the springtime or when a kid commits to go somewhere that he wants to or kid tells you that you know, you had a great experience and that we've had kids say that they essential she was going to quick quit hockey and they enjoy hockey again, like that's that's really cool to here. You know, you know Andrew Stuff yours another one. You came two years ago from high school who didn't even use pucks and practice. For Christ he didn't know what a blue line was and he led the team in scoring. This year. He's off the college and you know, he's a kid that has a you know, sky's a limit because he's in my eyes, he's played like two years of real hockey and he's really...

...a really good player. So so we're happy for guys like those, those type of stories. And then let's turn the page here with one of the follow questions because, as I mentioned earlier, it was kind of a younger team for you didn't have that many two thousand compared to some other teams in the League. How quickly do you guys have the conversations with guys like Ryan Webb and Cole Scott and Andrew Cole? You obviously already mentioned Nick de Layer is coming back, the kids that are eligible to come back, how quickly do you have that conversation with them about returning next season? Well, we've had him a while ago. You know, it's a you know, every kids different. You know we're going to have unlike years passed. I think, like you said, we were really young and I'm not afraid to take younger guys were, but you know, normally you have more more of a turnover than we had. We've we have ten, twelve guys returning this year, which will be great for us. Last year we really turned five, but I think it was because we were younger and guys knew that and accepted that. This year's a lot different than years passed in terms of there's not a lot of spots available and in schools, you know. And even with that said, we as a League did a great job this year. Still, I think we had a hundred forty something commits as elague right, still still climbing right and still climbing right. So so we you know, even with that, we've moved guys on. But I mean I go down the list of guys, you know you set Johnson's of the world of our team that they deserve a spotted division three that might not get it because it's such an influx of players out there right now because of what just happened. So yeah, so for one final question before I bring in Brittany and chaff, to create the All time wizards lineup, because you're everybody already done the rangers and the little flyers. So far the obvious names are going to stand out for us. The Dylan's, truett's, the Devon Pan Zekas. Is there another full order defenseman in history, or even goalie that really stands out to you throughout your time that the longs? On the all time wizards lineup, who do you would you say? Sweat Pansica? Well, those are the obvious guys, right, doesn't you got to have Glenn Wizz while always there, but three years he's a point leader. You know forward wise Darby comes to mind, Harley comes to mind, chance Gorman, of course. You Know Trent Pitzer. He was a he was more of a grinder type as as opposed to your skill, flashy guy. But yeah, I mean there's a bunch of them also, I missing. You can throw stuff Europe there. You I had seventy something points, didn't even Yep. So you can put him up there. So I'll all great names for us to consider. I know I'm going to try and do a little bit of a comparison between the the depair that was Luke peppen and Mike Birmingham, to the to the deep air that was Jack Johansson and Zach Papa Petros. I know for totally different guys, but they had a kind of gel between each pair that I'll never forget. Yeah, they're, yeah, they're, I would say. You Know Birmingham, Papa Petris and Gorman. You know, sorry, Johanson. Sorry, what's his name? Joe Anson? Or pepper place? peppen? Yeah, I'm thinking. I'm thinking of chance cormer. So peppin, Papa and Birmingham are all very similar players, I think. Yeah, they're all very offensive defenceman, great skaters. Not the Jack isn't Jack's bigger, stronger? You know, I would say that all four of them are probably...

...taught for and are in that I would have at my list and her and that I the my five years that I've been here. Obviously, for obviously they put up points, but but all those guys could play thirty plus minutes if they were wanted to and they wouldn't get tired and have a good time doing so, for sure. Right. So thanks for coming on the PODCASTS. Obviously it sounds like you guys are are deep in the recruiting already for the twenty two seasons. So when you get a chance, enjoy the offseason. Thanks now, you too. Thanks again to Corey felity for coming on the podcast this week. Corey gearing up for his second season as the head coach of the East Coast Wizards. Of course, been a lot of time as the assistant coach under Freddy Meyer. I'll say it, we still have never had Freddy Meyer on this podcast. I'm guessing I probably never will on less I pay him to come on, probably, but with that that could be a welcome thing. Neal, we could pay for Freddy to get on. I would open up my wallet to have Freddy Meyer on. Yes, exactly. So let's welcome in the e crew now and and Jeff and Brittany, the East Coast wizard just had for the all time East Coast Wizards lineup, and this is no offense to you guys, but like, I should be able to do this one on my own. I should be. Yeah, because you're a closeted but not closeted, wizards fan. I mean never want to Holme nose because I'm sure everyone that's listening is watch the wizards game in the past before this season, Neil Ravan, just case those New People that are listening to the show this week, before this year it was what four street years that you had missed a game. The twenty play byplay, the two thousand and sixteen seventeen season, my first year with them, I was just score keeping. So then seventeen, eighteen, eighteen, nineteen, nineteen twenty. This was going into the fourth year when you stepped in for three year. More Games supposed before, but then the car decided, hey, it's the edge today and that gonna make it so oh God. But I think there were a winless in the first two write Yep, and I looked at Corey and I was like, do you guys show you want me to come back it's like yeah, Jefferson, you know we like you, but like, what the hell the Jack Johansson, Jack Joebery's favorite, everyone's favorite. Hey, why are you? He was giving me some golf and he was like, you know, but hey, they broke the Schneid and I'm pretty sure I think they were one and three when I was dead. Shed over. Better Times next year. It's better. It's better than Owen Alwen four. Right, this is true. One W is better than none. But the funny thing about the East Coast Wizards. I touched the bond. I touched on it with cory fully dys. They're a program that we've mentioned on this podcast. They always start slow, like it is their thing. They start slow in September, but then they get better as the season goes on and they're a team that you don't want to face in the postseason. And and speaking of starting Sullen, building up, but they came in the second knee on the League, as I meaged with Cory, two thousand and fourteen fifteen. So they are seven out of eight, not eight out of eight like the Rangers and little fire. So they're almost a part of that original six crew. But obviously over fifty commits for them and a lot of great players over the years and yes, I've called a majority of their game, so I've got to see it firsthand. Who wants to start this? Because there are so many different names and I want to start with but kind of Brittany kind of teased it last week with the one for that she said she wanted to hype more than anybody else. Obviously. Do you really not know who it is? Well, I think we both do. Here's the issue is, like, I don't know. Yeah, if there's two. Really mentioned this in the group chat literally yesterday. There's two people I I know where we have dylan sex. Yes, that's who I was gonna go. That was my person. Think it was an all of our lists. But like there was a small part of me that was like, is she talking about chance Corman this entire day? Fact, fact, fact, no, Dylan is a literal king. He was the league rookie of the...

...year in I don't know, Neil twenty, seventeen, eighteen, towards a bread he was. He was back when we called to the league rookie the year, but now it's the Roy a legend at home. Yeah, I don't know whatever he won. That great kid, fantastic kid, torpen all, is going to Lu next year to play. Done. Great Kid. Couldn't say anything things about him. Dolphins. Yeah, for him, Proba doing the second you literally a shark. It's literally not an often, but like that's how I thought they go by the Don we literally all right, the sharks, the Long Island University sharks. You know what? They were supposed to come in and play Bentley this year. We had some covid issues. The series got canceled, so I didn't get to see the shark dolphins. Do you imagine the next year we get to see the Shark Dolphins? You imagine next year, as I will pay you five hundred if Bentley game next year. You welcome to all you dolphins. That would be incredible. That would be incredible and we can say that what we talk off will talk off. It was premeditated. On the east show podcast. Everyone aboutley be like what, like, what are you talking about? Yeah, Soda Quiz. Look at me go, Jeff what even shrug his shoulders? Wi Huh. So, obviously, Dylan, those part of that. Two thousand and seventeen eighteen season in fifty two total games, put up sixty eight points. Was the rookie of the year that year. But was that was three seasons ago, folks, and more for I can't count. And he was a two thousand, so he was like an infant compared to the kids on this team. Well, and that was still his die. Such a great point because his line mate was Devon Pan Zeka, and Zeka probably should be on this list to yeah, it's a pre sure he's still an all time record holders. So obviously he touched on Pan Zeka with Alex Octr Beck last week. During that season he scored forty three total goals, which, yeah, tied him with a Doctor Beck. He have MC Guire Sosa. Yeah, see, seriously though, right. Yeah, so he obviously won the MVP award that season and Jylan won the rookie of the year award. And what makes it so full? Sent chance for one rookie of the year. I'm sorry, Dylan. Well, I had chance his name. We're going to add chance in there and it's thats gonna go back, but I knew the first two forwards. We had to touch on with Dylan and Devon, because they were a part of that two thousand and seventeen eighteen season. That was so special. But they go knocked out by the eventual champion avalanche, and they actually gave the avalanche a harder time than people remember because they almost won game one of that series. They actually hit the crossbar with like about like a minute left of that was was a second round series. Avalanche went on to win that game and overtime and then, quote unquote, swept the series. And I know we touched on that on the podcast. Like to game, two games and none like, it's not a sweep to me. It's this you won the series. But that was that was obviously a great wizards team. But what it made it so unique is that the next year Freddy from the very beginning. So the two thousand and eighteen nineteen team was better and I was like, Dude, you had the rookie of the year and the MVP last year. How is your team better this season? And then he proved me wrong and went to the Rosen finals and their one appearance in the frozen finals, which is the year they won. We had four divisions and I think there's what's called New England south that year. Yeah, and and that was a great wizard semi show. Will get to a few fords from them from that, from that one, but obviously we have two so far. I will be theou'll bring in the third name, which is part of why I got confused, because Brittany always talks about Dylan, but also always talks about chance, and I'm the biggest chancy Rue Gorman fan chance. I'm Glann and earth to will fight any of you that think you're bigger chancey fan. CHACE had sixty six points in for I gotta pull up playoffs.

Hold on old play off forty five games. Big Power play guy to chance. Good chances actually carrying it up at all. My era. He was on the all tournament team as a freshman gets out, so it's so was he with Mitchell hate? It was yet a couple of the rains. Roommates. Nice. Look at that season. Rangers becoming friends and college. We love it. What's that one? They also played on the Allstar team together last year. Fun Fact. Correct when you know, Pete, some people had to take their schedule maps. Let's nor prior every here about that. What's scheduled that meal? I don't even know. I don't even know what the line is for Brittany always is like and they were roommates. I was like, okay, like great, like they were Rela Vine is dead, but like there is a vine that goes and it's this girl like walking down the street in this guy has his phona and she goes and they were roommates. In the guy looks at the cameras and they were roommates. I'll have to get it up for you later after we end this, but a seven rights of the crew text message. Let's really so it. Chance Gorman, obviously was a big part of the two thousand and nineteen twenty team where you put up sixty eight points and forty nine games. Jeff, you called out in there all the power play points. Twenty nine of those were powerplay points and part of our game winners, to a couple game winners, of course, and part we're doing. I not not a big forties. To look at the shorties. Yeah, and all you have three short handed points and the first two weeks we had in the bottom right corner of the graphics we had a coaches label. We're going to pull away from that because there's been so many good coaches and we're going to fill that spot in with almost the utility whatever we want to get to at that spot. And I think it's fitting that we start with this team because there is a player that on my guys, forward and D, and I think we just put him there because he was. If you ask him what position he is, Darby Right, I think he I think Harley, I think he's a forward. What Andrew Harley played deep, please, Lan Kay in the playoffs. Don't recall by I can just same time to go put it. They put them on d in the playoffs because they were like injuries or something else. And he can play like it says it right there. Forward and D. don't call look at that. I have it was. I was there, so I have to say, like I saw it happen. But he was like, honestly, like if we had a most improved player award also, like that was him. Like he went from a season where he put up eighteen points in forty six games. Maybe there was some more D in there, to literally going all the way up to sixty points the next year. Wow, three, yeah, that's a lot. Oh good, sixty three. So that's literally times like for basically we so we added some skill, also added some snarl. Double the penalty minutes. It looks like the Bibs, so I'm gonna make this last one say F D and Put Harley there, like okay, I think it fits well, for there all in favors a I. I all right. He also another name, though, that Jeff. I sorry. Both the three votes to none. Another name that Jeff just said a second ago. There was also a part of that two thousand and nineteen, two thousand and team, and they were aligned together at times. I want to say, well, it's a chance. Darby and Harley, yes, when he was playing like similar names to maybe when he was going fast. She prayed prep school together at Choake, because I just know everything about prep school, big prep school. Gro Wait, they did? Yeah, it was Darby, a niche, Dina and Gorman all went to Jodys Dina. I did not know that. Oh my God, you're so fake. Like who's the bigger ward Transford cracy? WHO, literally they all went to choke together. Come on, pretty, pretty is always the first one of all of us to say. Who was he Wednesday? Get up, everybody, Oh my God, I miss was he lensay's at the end. One...

...say at the edge, if you have been to the edge check it out. Great Rink. So on, especially on the Wednesday. We've named five for forwards and obviously the F D. So far, continue off with the forwards. Yeah, because we haven't named the all time wizard yet. First Happen? No, he's all about picture. No, Glen. We just talking about hundred in thirty games played, a hundred and one points. He was there like through the tough times, so two years like and he was there the two thousand and fourteen fifteen, fifteen sixteen, and then saw them get into the playoffs for the first time and like make a little bit of noise in the playoffs. And he he was fun to be around. He scored still a goal in the two thousand and sixteen seventeen season that it was kind of before the broadcast time. I would have gone nuts. I never forget this goal. Like he absolutely undressed this defense. been like put it through the legs and like back through the legs and then one more time through the legs and then like snipe it. I was like you, like, what's up roads good, Yuck could oh my God, is that good? That was a wizard. Say last year heavy like that was everyone. Oh God, that was the wizard saying last year. Is that good? So we're just talking about a be you deal. We're right before we got on too, and I'm like, pizzer peppen, no, the what we just talked about. There was a three year but what's pepping is exited. Well, Huh, we pepper and I ad on the doorges shut. No's what's funny. Jeff is like we brought up story time like a couple times last week, right, and love story time. We're going to have story time again this week, right, because there's a few things that I've that have happened in wizard's history that we're going to have to touch on. And that was actually a story. This is where it gets kind of scary at times. Jeff is like Brittany reads my mind. That was a story that I'm going to bring up and we get to the d because it is hysterical. Oh yeah, Luke Pepper was a dep with the heck, I'm this, but to keep going a long time, to keep going with the forwards, because we're on the wizards hype training now. We only got five guys so far. Just rattled off like three or four boards. Well, we're gonna rattle off right now. Andrew Stafera, who was a two year, a two year full nice, so nice. I mean he was a two year for who put up a bunch of books. Just a great kid. Really. You have and for my stretch, one of the and you had them on Brits commits this year. DID HAVE ONE BRITS COMMITS GET UP CASTLETON, not to buy LEA prospects. I Know Jeff said this, said this name earlier. Trent pizzer. He was awesome in this league. We know why I love friend Peter. Please tell you goes to Wentworth. Yes, he goes to Wentworth. Yet mean mustache whatever. Girl's awesome. Yeah, he did. Like Jeff, do you have you seen it? I don't think so. Let me go, let's prior to she'll pull it up for you. It's gotta be a smart, smart kid. Who He's an engineer. He goes to Wentworth. Yeah, well, seriously, hit the name that you guys. You guys may not know as well as maybe I do. As Cameron Stewart. He was on my list but I don't know who he is. Yeah, that's cool. He scored a lot of big goals for the team that season. That that thing. He looks like Jack Sparrow from the pirates of the Caribbean with the and like Raleigh fingers, the little curl he's got a little. Well, actually, that the one I was gonna say. We probably can't say the year, but you know, the Little Bill Patch thing under the whip. That's seriously though. But back to cant back to Camp Stewart's got a lot of big goals that season, including a game winner for them against the Valley Junior Warriors, which was a series they want to advance in the two thousand and sixteen seventeen playoffs. For the first...

...time we're going to have a forward who actually finished his career on a different team. Cj Grinnell spent the better part of two seasons with the wizards, and somebody tell me if he's related to like my key grow alley or like now he is. Oh my God, dude, it's like other guy those beginning height. He I forget. I forget what the relation is, but I know they are related. and Cj played two thousand and fourteen fifteen and and the better part of two thousand and fifteen sixteen. It was actually the first player that I saw get traded. It was my first year, two thousand fifteen sixteen. He was the first player I saw. I get traded and I was like, whoa trades happen and where do you go? He went to the New Hampshire monarchs and literally helped them win a title. Like he was a huge reason why, and I was like, Oh, I get why that trade happened now, because it was a team that wasn't going to make the playoffs in the to a team that did, and he played a huge role in that. I'm trying to get to his stats right now. All they're all there. It does, it was right there. They're all combined together. I wanted to see what he did. Oh, here we go. I mean the monarchs numbers. Here's a point for game player. Yeah, doesn't split off into the playoffs, but like, he was huge for them and that postseason run. And that leaves three fowards left. Let me to go this. Oh, Oh, I would have somebody who I would love to be on the list, but I don't know if he should be on the list. Okay, coach, Oh, I didn't mean it in a mean saying. He's not right, you see, and he's not to fans. Carter L rod great human. I think that's a good one. I he played a lot of big minutes for this team and what a lot of big faceoffs and spent two seasons. Right, they goes two season? Yeah, yes, because, no, I think it. Well, yeah, because he was at the he was in Providence, when they were in Providence. I know he was a hundred percent. Yes, two seasons, two thousand and eighteen nineteen, and then two thousand and nineteen twenty, advanced on to play at John Say Wales, Gay, Woo Whoo. So he had that's a good one. That leaves a couple more left. We was I just going to think of wait, your best friend on planet earth. No, he's not gonna on list. All right, thank you for now. He's not. He doesn't take it. Neil's best friend, Mike Lock telly. Oh, I could tell you what. I want to go there. But there wasn't cold streak in that season where he legit like could not score a goal and he was like so frustrated, like he would try and do like all these like Voodoo tricks on his like sticking it just once. Not, you're I mean, actually, no, I can't give advice because I never played a Liq of hockeys. I was gonna say, but usually when in times of you know, spurts like that, just keep it simple. Get pucks on the night they in front of the crease. Get some greasy goals. You know, don't. I'll be trying to the box. Think could make this list next year. Who is that? Ryan turn if they can't know he's going to college. Oh, he's going along cold Scott. Yeah, Col Scots Been. He did great from last year to this year and then if he comes back again I'm sure he will do even better. So I wanted to get your thoughts on in the two thousand and fifteen sixteen season, seej Grenell went to the monarchs. In the two thousand and sixteen seventeen season, Brendan Lloyd went from the monarchs to the wizards. I have never seen a player get to a new organization and light it up as fast as this kid did. Look, he said two golds, gainty points game. Yeah, he literally intend to kill to ten regular season games. Look at this goal. No goals to to to like every game he did something. He put up fourteen and ten. Only one game he had no points. And then pulled off a little bit and the playoffs,...

...but ultimately got committed because of this. That's right to Wentworth. I know that. I didn't know that. That's going to push pritty to say yes to him as well. We should yes folk show. So I vote. Sure, I don't know you, but put them on. And while we're here, we have to have a quick story time on Hill. We're on the we're on the two thousand and sixteen seventeen season. Let's pull up the ways. was was the year that the wizard started to kind of come out of that two thousand and fourteen fifteen. Fifteen sixteen like to being like we're a team to be reckoned with, and they got, I think they would even admit they got owned by the warriors for the majority of that season. The warriors that year were hard and physical and I remembered that team because they beat Walpole and nine billion feet in Walpole to and they wizards found a way that to win that series and three games. And then we go to Philly. It was actually the first of four straight weekends for myself and Philly. Of course, we know that the finals that you were a little fires versus junior flyers, which is why I was in Philly a little bit extra. But that two thousand and sixteen seventeen first trip down there was wizards versus junior flyers. It was a to seven matchup playoffs for a little bit different at that time. And of course Freddy was the head coach. Hen Freddy, my God, ready played in the NHL, as as everyone probably knows, Freddy was is of all the coaches that we had in this league. He probably played the most games ever in the NHL. And we get down to Iceline all of a sudden we run into Danny Bri are, exact good who was Freddie's teammate with the Philadelphia Flyers, but he's in the building because his son is playing for the junior flyers. Eighteen us a play team. I hated Danny Breuer Book. So Freddy was the biggest jokester like ever. I he could spin anything and you would believed exactly what he's said. And he somehow convinces one of his players that when Danny Bri are got to the flyers he was already there. Freddy was already they're wearing whatever brier's number was, forty eight I think. Were Forty eight and he convinced the wizards player that Bri are paid, I'm like half a million dollars for the number what. So he convince his Blade Green to go. I God, he can. Oh my God, he convinced his blade green to go up to BRI are at ice line and ask them the question. Point by I was in tears because blade comes back and goes. He didn't pay you for the number, you just gave it to him. And I've heard nothing bad about day brier. I just hate him because he was a Philadelphia Flyer who bruins. So he was a Montreal Canadian at the end of his career. To yes, which you always hate, the it would briers a nice guy, so I bet. And he's got that funny like high pitched French accents. It's probably like yeah, what I did, money do a Freddy Maya what? But Freddy was like waiting off to the side. Oh my God, we were in absolute tears. That was like the cake for best storytime we've had yet that I did I needed. I need to drive you guys by the hotel that we stayed at, because it was definitely not the same hotel that we stayed at this Sarafinems like there was one night like where they had this karaoke going in and one of the restaurants and Freddy grabbed me as like we're going in. I'm like no, we're not. He goes no, yes, we are. That's like, Oh my God, little canologe style at the wall out it was. But that year the wizards beat the junior flyers and snapped like at nineteen game winning streak and I was like this team is starting to come around. The next year, obviously they had pan Seca and shouette.

The next year they went to the frozen finals. Two Thousand and nineteen twenty. We obviously didn't didn't get to see what would have happened. I the series with the Rangers. I think we probably still will all pick the rangers, but of course the wizards all felt confident in themselves going into that series, but regarded they were again, we're all of those teams that they were all pissed off at me because I said they were gonna lose against the seahawks and then they want against the seahawks and Jack scored that sickle up a Brittley the way with a bulletin board material. Just try to really like Jesus Christ quotes on the board. That's a princess. Last week. All right, guys, let's go let up. So those at least pretty. You know, it's it's I'm glad that pretty got to the frozen finals, right because, like you said, he's one of the better coaches we've had this league, as probably with the longest NHL pedigree of any of these coaches. And glad that they got there. And I don't know who knows, I mean, I don't. Well, my God, this kid kind of real. Would have said there's no way they would have beat this, but the wizards always played big and late the years, so you never know. They could have been an interesting but YEP, sadly, dude, this is a use on my list for the final four. Then we go James Nash. Just a single season with the wizards, but put up thirty nine points in that year, including six game winners, and that gives us, I have hope, sewn walls is laughing. Yes, twelve forwards plus the thirteen, as I mentioned Andrew Harley. Thirteen Harley, yes, defense thirteen. Whatever do we want, guesstie? I'm starting with Dr Hanson. Well, we have to start with this year's defensemen of the year and and Jack Johanson, who ended up, fortunately for all of us, playing two seasons. Obviously an unfortunate situation as to why, because everything that took place this year, but got to come back and have a second year with the wizards, where the sea and honestly, maybe the best defenseman they've ever had in program history. So I think we lead off with him and then we get to the next story. Time, Multi Story Times this week's and that well, we already trying. Time about Jack or this the third story? No, this is the next story. Time is about Oh my God, that heaven. So I always like Joke Jeff like like the players are crazy on social media, like I got engaged and got like three hundred likes. These kids post about their commitments and they get like six hundred likes and it's like, Luke, you posted about your commitment to Salem state and you wrote that you were eggs. It did and you forgot to see, which we all make spelling mistakes, but Brittany and I were laughing about it for like hours on end because I was like, Oh, two hundred likes, three hundred likes. Four hundred likes. Oh how has nobody commented that? It's messing a sea and the post like I'm exiting. That's why Luke peppin did knock go to a Nestcax, but it was like so funny because the tough sky and then like and then eventually like it got. He added it and fix it about us like. That's why, every now and then, Jeff, when you hear Brittany and I talked about how exited we are, that's where it comes from, because we go, we watch that post for hours and like someone's got to tell this kid, like hey, like exited, like you want it, you want to this. So the word he was looking for was excited. Excited, okay, if that's what he was awesome in this league. Man Like he was. He was never afraid to join the rush. I know the points don't totally showed. I guess you could say like he I think he had a huge game and one of the frozen finals games. I want to say you have like a four point game against like Wilkes Barre or something in there. I guess the points to show at fifty three and sixty nine career games he was just fun like he we always talked about how you could hear everything when you're calling games. They're like he was like loud...

...enough that you could hear everything when you when you're calling a game when he was on the ice. So that's that's to D so far in peppin and Johansson. Good start. What other guys did you have? Yeah, what Yack Gagnon Gags? Yes, I'm blaking on what year that was. That was last year and the year before that. And that smart tone of her, Cabrio Dung on. Yes, you're Nile. Let's go. Yeah, I'll go ahead. Why do I? Why do I love him? Gabrielle Gagn where did he play prep school? Because his name is epic. He went? Did you tilted and played. I was a tilt Rab RABS and he was this, I mean points wise wasn't really stand up, but just like solid dirty. I just saw it. You was sexty partner last year. Yes, I remember. They got broken up as deepartners once and Jack Post without how I like he went email about it. I'm liked he was not exitent about it. I mean another Boltier guy that Jack's played with to he was an exitter, but Papa Petros Right. He's a big points guy for them. I think that's use their team and like assists like ever like he's close to a hundred career sis. He broke the record this season for all time assists and wizards history. Yeah, he has to go on there. And Him and huge way fund and to left shoos. They were both absolute rock finish with fifty four career assists, which are, in a way, well, not far away. I mean in terms of defenceman, he had at least twelve more than the next closest guy, if you count Andrew Harley as a defenseman. I know we've kind of we don't know if he's the utility like you said, like you've been all over that all episode and other name I name that I have to throw up there that you guys may not know as well. Or the back machine. Are we going? I'm really on this two thousand and sixteen seventeen team. I hope this really on it. But Matt Kapucci was probably, I use the word tough a lot so far in these team of the week features. This kid cut his face open in the game, like literally still has a scar like under his eye from like his face shield hit the wall and like kicked up and like he's leading like like pretty bad and the game like and like stays in the game and like scored a big going. I was like that is hockey right there, that is that is hockey in a nuts show right there like that. Share it to Norty for the brutes just the same. I think the shield hurts your face and then you just start leaking blood everywhere, like he did. Refuse to come out and he was so like he was so much solid. He was just so solid for that team that I have to include him. And that brings us down. That brings us down to one left. God, is this like a bat bad person, like I don't know. The throwback and Brett mentioned a niche Dina earlier. There could be a possibility, but looks. What about? What about Birmingham? Well, if you want to talk for me, partners, if you want to talk d partners, Mike. Birmingham was partnered with Luke peppen and like it's when they went back and forth in the bench. I had to turn the Mike that because they would like it was like a loving brother brother, but like it was tall entertaining explicit. It was so entertaining. They would just go back and forth and I think that's an awesome you know, because Birmingham was like he was just fun to watch and like fun to be around and, like I'm not going to go through every story, but like there was one time when I fust like we can't go like Freddy, like it's like, Mike, why do you like chicken nuggets so much? And Mike was like who does? Like it's like it's on the bench right, like you can hear this whole thing. Like Freddy, of course, like had like the best trips of like all time. Like there was this one game where this kid likes said to Freddy on another team, like, coach, you never shut up, like I who the hell are you? and Freddy's like Google my name,...

...look at my nhl stats and then try and even carry my bag. I was like Right, Oh, I was like what do you just say? Like what's Freddy is? He did he had the pedigree. Went to be you is huge. Apu play for the islanders, played for the Atlanta thrashers. I mean if you play for the Atlantic Raptors, you're APIC. Atlans had a team twice. They both gone extinct. But, and I was thinking about this, Jeff, I don't think there's any broadcasts van. It's point where you're as close as you are at the wizards, where you could hear all this stuff, like your runner bills there on top of the bench, like water fill value was close this year. But obviously that's not their their normal spot, the new spot at the bick. Yeah, but like that's still the same as like the lumbridge. Actually still can't hear like as much as you hear at the wizards. Like there's my height the bick. You can that you have the glass there and you're still a little bit away. Like Yep, you can leads down and like touch the backup, always top of his head where you're standing. And like there's been some games from like everything these kids are saying is going out on hockey TV. Like I mean, I'm sure you can go back and you can hear the game when the wizards beat the railers in game two of the playoffs this year and and Jack scored two goals in that game, Jack Johanson, and he does the drive by down the bench and and celebrates and then he yells up Neil Nice pick, because obviously I picked the railers to win. That's like that totally went through the air, like that totally went on a hockey TV. It's what makes it fun, right. I always have enjoyed calling games there and we're down to goalies, guys, and I already have one and I hope we all agree and it's kind of funny. I think it's. I think it's the burning little sisters relevant. See what's lots. was obviously multi year goaltender for this team. I say that with a question mark because I think he was. So he was more recent. So he was on the frozen finals. Yeah, it wasn't the frozen. Didn't he go to nickels? Or Am I own crack? He went to nickels. He would go chas and no crack for bridge. That for myself. Am I blanket on Dude Scroll? His name is right there. Okay, there's a lot of tables open, rare, there's a lot of tabs open, tabs, but he was, he was, he was funnlessly. He won thirty five games. He was just steady between the pipes for the wizards. Eight shutouts in two years. That's legit and obviously he helped carry that team to the frozen finals. So that's one to me based off what I've seen in obviously my time being close to the team, but then obviously the seven years they've been here. The second one was actually part of the two thousand and nineteen twenty season, in my opinion, and I know, yes, Dubya, I know some of the numbers. Don't totally say this. For Dylan Wymer, I know this record was basically five hundred ten, ten and twelve. But yeah, two hundred and sixty six and nine seventeen. That kid was so good for that team. or thirteen and thirteen when he was flu postseason, post season, under a goal and a half. Your say percentage is almost sixty. That is unbelievable. Yeah, he was one. He came in late to not late, even come in like super late, but he did come in, he did start the year. Of them came in and grease. I do not know what well I thinks. New York Oh sign up. Pretty sure the dad played in the NHL. The dead definitely played in the NHO. They go. Jeff, I'm sorry. Dolphins are here this year and just in Greece. It just at hometown it didn't say home state, but yes, he's from Greece, New York. Ended up at Brockport, I believe, Studiac Kid. But he became he came in later on, joined the team in October and as that season progressed he became like the guy. And that like just in January. He won three or four games,...

...another four so games in February. Of course they beat the wolves in playing round, a two to one game up there. I think that was that was when we had fantasy. That was the first time he had fantasy. Very yes, I think it was. I think it was Dylan Waemer versus versus all over Quinn, if I remember correctly, and that playoff game. And then Dad was the dad's play dumb five days, seventy like nine hundred a jol and and age like and HL Games. When you combined, if you put three hundred twenty five games in that Nho, well, this is pretty good. Jim, yes, I remember this now because he was he came to a lot of games too, but he was he was as solid as any goal of the wizards had have had and I think he was part of the reason why that two thousand and nineteen twenty team felt like, as you say on the podcast, every two every now and then, like if you get a hot goal in the playoffs, doesn't matter how good the other team is. Now the Rangers Regular Season Champion Team Two thousand and nineteen twenty like that was a tough opponent that they were about to face. But I think that would have been a good series. Would have been an interesting series, but have been pushed two three, I think it would have to go. Would have been a swept, sweep, swept. Really signed up. I said early podcast, what the heck is going on? Spen a long day, whoof but it's hey, you know, I don't know if I guess on paper we can give a little bit of an edge to the little fires and Ager Sports Center, a little bit of an egg, still differently, but like the wizards have always been. We talked about this before. We joked on deal. They're always been a sand papery, tough, grinding type team. You're built differently. They're not gonna have the you know, the Natan Young's of the world, if you would, or I mean they hang out oster backs. Well, they did well, I you want to, but if you look at their look at their history, I mean Pan Zika and Schweat. They were like their leading points givers. Look at some of the other years. Leaving points getters had thirty points, twenty something pulling and to Jeff's point, like the shop hands the shoe up. Panzek a year wasn't they here? They went to the finals. It wasn't that year. They went the next year when they had some high scoring players, but not right on the same level. They always did better when they had the depth, like the grinding type depth, not the like high skill depth, like the rains big huoh Herman one back lass you something. Yeah, he was a big hoss, but long like just just to wrap up, like, comparison is warn Pinzika puts up almost a hundred points and they don't make their frozen finals. The next year they're waiting point get here is forty six points. It's literally bro but they were just a deeper team that. How many kids had twenty plus points on that? Look look how many, let's go any different players had game timmy, you so us use you saw. I remember him. He was great, useless days. Great Name. Do you want to help wrap us up with the one of the toughest pronunciations of all times under matter. He honest maver Johnny's ever child, because I talked to hard dam. They were great people, great people. They actually said they want that. We're at the frozen finals. They were like Mavro, and then his dad was like jaw, and then like your knee, and I was like WHOA member? Johnny's okay, and that was sanders are great. Kids, parents are great. We were happy to having the HL is another good third, fourth line type kid. So to recap this all time wizards line up. The forward unit is Dylan Shoat, Devon Pan Zika, chance, Corman, Brendan Darby, Glenn Whisbell and shrew staffer, Trent pistre, Cameron Stewart, CJ grinnelle, Carter l Rod, Brendan Lloyd and James Nash, little bit longer names. Now for the d you have Jack Johanson, Luke Cappen, Gabrielle Gagnon, Zachary Papa Petros, Matt Capucci and Mike Birmingham in Cole Corbinian lots and Dylan Weemer, and then our forward,...

...d wherever he fits them the lineup that day, which he would play whatever you wanted to play Andrew Harley. So that's that's our wizards lineup and again thank you to cory forlid I for coming on the podcast that this week. That's three teams done so far. We've kind of gone north, south, north. Are we going back to the south next week or yeah, that's up normal. I like, oh no, dude, you know what I think we should do, and the kids have been commenting rev let's do drawback realms to a team that's no longer around. Come on, rogues would come on and it would be so funny. Let me think about that. We've already got three. Don't do them. If we do not do but the Brittany's point. We've done two of these so far and like within minutes a revolution alumni is like, where's the all time revolution list? You know, aloney did it. That's who. I noticed that and then interviewed freak it dromm did it the week before, and it's like, guys, like she's we're a week in. We'd like with if we don't do the red and we're doing somebody from me not knowing who's in the south. Let's do awsome. Let's okay, we'll go getting up horses. We'll go to Horse Lam and I think I know. Yeah, he's like out. I think I have to convince Steven Brown that it's his time. Called Rowdy. Yes, that would be nice, all right, so we'll will pokes of all. Yes, we'll get to that, because I do want to do I think there is a line up out there between revolution and maybe a mix in a little bit of junior flyers in there too, because you can just name off caden Primo and and Chase, oh what, and Tino and Chase Cremat and Mac Vale and Barry Needler. So maybe we'll do some combination philly t philly defunct teams, like I said in the summer. I think that would be fun because because me chill and maybe Ali comes back on. Bradley. Yes, Oh, Jerry, to mis Jerry's world. I'm just saying don't we can get your he's he's a high to man, but he would be in at the confess Al Car Epic Interview A. We're Joseph Doughte. He could help us. You want to talk about you want to talk about stories, Jeff, let me hit the end record button here in a second. With Jerry. Yeah, nuts, but we're gonna WE'RE gonna work on the rough riders for next week, which is actually funny how it works out. We go back to an original six team, so we're going to have eight more years of lone ups to look at and break things down to come up with the geese all time roster for the Connecticut Rough Rider. So thanks guys. Some watch and next yes, oilers, they tap. There NA close. That's right, we taught you guys. Next week sounds good. See you gang by. Thanks for listening to the show. Learn more at Eastern Hockey League Dot Org and follow us on Facebook, twitter, instagram and Youtube. Also, be sure to subscribe and get notified when next week's PODCAST is released.

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